New York – Thomson Reuters today announced the launch of a new annual CPE subscription package that provides a complete training and continuing education solution for corporate tax and accounting professionals.
The Checkpoint Learning Corporate Advancement Package is designed to meet the specific training and compliance needs of corporate tax and accounting professionals of all staffing levels.
The subscription package includes a comprehensive offering of webinars and online courses, led by Thomson Reuters expert Checkpoint Learning and Bisk CPEasy editorial teams.
Its robust features include sophisticated multi-jurisdictional compliance tracking tools and the latest industry content. Topics include core fields of study, key annual updates, and in-depth specialty subjects.
"There are significant changes in tax legislation and accounting standards taking place on a continual basis, making it more important than ever to remain compliant with continuing education requirements across accreditation jurisdictions," said Ken Koskay, Senior Vice President of learning solutions in the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters. "The Checkpoint Learning Corporate Advancement Package equips subscribers with the necessary tools to understand complex issues and stay abreast of the latest tax and accounting developments while also having a broad selection of finance, technology, and management courses available in a fixed-priced, unlimited-use package."
The Checkpoint Learning Corporate Advancement Package is available exclusively to subscribers on the Checkpoint Learning website atcl.thomsonreuters.com/GetCorporate.
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